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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - May 2, 1907, Lethbridge, Alberta HERALD I8THBRID6E a �. AUSTIN, Uitm �a4 MMiftr. saBSORlPTION: In Advane* 1.80,  year ^OthfrwtM a.OO a year ADVERTISINO: Par Month - tlOO Pw Inch A dooa uw. given an educntipn at the cxpcnso of the people ot Toronto. It ho were to win * Rhodes scholarship oir some other educational distinction ia the future be would find that Toronto would not go into; half the ecataciea it did when he von the foot race. Why shouldn't success along intellectual lines be honored as much as success in athletics? Surely it is ot more lasting benefit? LongBOAT ought to get' on a race with Chief BigCANOE, of Oeorgina Island, Ont. It is proposed that a collage s^hould be startod at Cardston. We propose at once that David Hearst BIton be made professor of Oratory. Bon. Mr. Cushing's announcement at Fernie. that the Alberta Govern -ment would introduce an eight hour law for miners at the next session Of th� Alberta teg7islature did much to clear the air in the mining camps of the south and proliably yiW be the strongest fuctor in bringing about a .'seltlcun.'ii't of the trouble, which for a tinw iiromdscd to stop the whoelsof transportation and industry and cripple business conditions in the west. The declaration by the government was not a bribe to get the men back to work, for the intention art along has'.been to put such a law in operation and one of the duties of the corn- John Eakin is the .sort of citizen to take trips out of the city. Ho is a booster fronr the drop of the hat and that interview ho gave a Toronto paper is worth a good deal of money that might have been spent on publicity. All our citizens should make it a point to talk up his city to the outsiders. a can mission, which the legislature at its last session gave authority to be organized, was to investigate the working cionditions jn the mines, especially in regard to this very question of hours. Mr. Cushing's timely visit to Fernie'however brought about an earlier announcement of the govern -mont's policy. One of the matters that has t>ecn worrying the Alt)crta miners has fjccn the eight hour day question. Across the western boundary of the proyinco in the mines of British Columbia an eight hour law exists and naturally the miners on this side have been discontented over the absence of similar conditions In Al-bert�i. The strike fevcr has Ijccn formentcd by ikis longing for shorter hours. The Afberta government had prac -tically decided on an eight hour law and. when Mr. Cushing saw that the . miners were anxious to know his mind on the matter, he with the consent of the Pren^er told them the course the government was going to pursue and naturally the men were delighted and a good deal of the animosity existing towards governments-and corporations was removed witli the result, we are confident, that the men v^ill ,be more willing to come .to terms with the operators. An eight.hour day is not popular, amongst the operators but Icgislat-ion affecting the industrial world is always sure to displease one side or the other, and the great maaa of the people are left to decide for themselves whether the' legislation is in the public interest or not. From our standpoint an eight hour day for the mriners is in the public interest as well as a great benefit to the men. In the public interest because it will, or should settle one of the knottiest points of conftiot between the operators and their em -ployces and thus assist very greatly to prevent strikes. That one result would satisfy the mass of the people and'tnake- business conditions in coal miniiig centres far more satisfactory andcrutors alike and i.s strong enough to press the investigation to a reasonable and fair conclusion. This riding in automobiles is not all fun. Among the parties that went to Taber on Tuesday wei-e "Shorty" .\dams aiul Harry Driggs. Chaftuer Matthews doubtless thought that nny men who had ridden the Masonic goat a sufficient number of tiine.s to be qualified to go to organization meetings should be able to go some in an auto, and let her out. Only a few of the highest peaks were touched. 'Uioso Vho saw them arrive declare that "Shorty's" hat was holding a precarious positioa on the ends of his hair, while it took three pints of lubricating oil and two crowbars to loosen Driggs from the seat, to which ho was glued. The C. P. K. midnight train was plaoty good enough to return. (Anaconda Standard.) In Montana at this time of it never rains but it snors. (Calgary Herald.) Same here, partner. year. Practical Niniiii Edacatton. Trot. W. W. Bell assistant professor in mining at McOill University is in charge of a party of eighteen students in the junior, mining class who aie making a tour of the principal Canadian mines to study conditions at first hand. On Monday the party visited the Gait Mine.? of this city. General Man&ger r. L. Naismith and mine matiager W. D. L. ilardie of the A. R. & 1. Co. being^their hosts. BIO INCREASE IN CITV SCHOOJ.S. ^ LACROSSE 3. LETHBRIDGE 3 LnCro.sse, Wis., April 27.-In fast game, Lethbridge, with one day's practice, and only two stor players (O'Dea and Schurch) was defeated this afternoon by Lacrosse, the Ins-t years champions of the Wisconsin league, who have had ten tiay's work out. Score 3 to '5. Such was the word that the Herald roceiv??d from A. E. Humphries on .Saturday evening. A special was promptly issued so that the city might know the result of the fii-st game plaj-ed by our first professionol ball team. Calgary I^gue team was defeated by Dorchester, an unknown team in Massadiusetts, on Saturday, by 10 to 3. Have you/subscribed for your English paper yet? By the time your order gets in there will be no postage burden on it. LUNDy-NEWS. A. M. Grace's return to Canada is good news. He is an authority on irrigation and the new Irrigation Co. at Medicine Hat could nOt have engaged a better man to manage its affairs. It is to be hoped wo will soon have Mr. Grace as a citizen of Lethbridge again. He was an enterprising citizen always, and a citycan never have too many of that sort. The School Board must increase the public school staff this mid-sammor without nny doubt. There are now enrolled 440 pupils, 20 of whom are in the high school department requiring two teachers. That loaves 414 pupils for eleven teachers or an average of thirty-eight. This is too large a numlier for any teach er to have and expect to do the best work. The a\'erage enrollment should be kept l)cIow thirty-five if the best results are to be derived. Scientific discovery says ashes are very valuable. But we won't arrest the man who steals our Imck heaps. OIIK POINT IF VIEW H. Biley. M.P.P. of Oleicben, haa a, gif t of land and money toward^a .Church of England college i ' at CaiifKiy; Another ease of "Let go  Kiloy." ' " � It it ek)�r that both parties at Otr : tavEMKtnan amongst their support* : rs.sonainBB ot very w�ak charac- teni-est class of settlers. We are too self-respecting to xlusiro the associations of European gaol birt had not yet come into force no change in the present regulations had been itiade. BIIYCi: AND IIIOINBOTILVM. Wc notice by a copy of tlie Norjii American (Philadelphia to hand, that Ambassador BrytJe was a guest at a dinner in the Iloid'Walton ol the Canadian Club of that city, of wkad enough, but 10-3! Oh. mo! Oh, my! Poor Calgary. A number of former Northern leaguers will be Seen in the ranks of the Western Canada League this season, Morrison, O'Dea, Schurch and Mackin will be with Lothbridgu. Deacon White, Ed. Cardow and Lefty Nagle will play with Edmonton, and before the season begins the Canadians will probably see several other players from this side of the border. -Edmonton Bulictin. BIBLICAL CRICKE'r. The vicar recently cnme down to distribute the prizes to the successful athleteti at the school sports. In his prcfactory remarks, he mentioned that games were not unknown e\en in scriptural times and asked if any boy could 'furnish d text to prove this, "yissir," said one urchin, "our Lord said to a team of His disciples whens they was agoing to play in a cricket'match: "Beware of the 'levon of the Parisecs.' " Edmonton won its first game, do -feating an amateur team in >the little town of I�wiston, Idaho by a score of 14 to 12. ,Deaco� White . nmst spruce up if he is to be in the same clas s with some other teams we know of. MORE GOOD CLYDESDALE FE MALES JXiR LETHDRIOOS DISTRICT. W. Hf Harvey has just retufBad from a visit to the well known Balr White liake school reopened April 30th. The trustees u-ere for^ tunate enough to secure the service's of Miss F. Lllywhite. NEW DAYTON. The new hotel is completed and mine host Coi-y is now catering to the needs of tne travelling public. The horses for ibe livery stable have arrived and are doing business though the stable is hardly completed. Q. N. Hunter of the Western Canada ' Land Co., spent several days here last week. n. W. Todd, field manager of the British American Land Co. had a party of landman hero on Monday and Tuesday. '' ' ''W ^ I'hu water in the Red river i^t Winnipeg Is stili ten feet below flood level, and it is thought the ice will go without causiBg a tooi^ to John A.' T'unior, Calgary, and while there purchased,an extra good Clydesilalc mare, winner of numerous prizes, registered as Maggie Ohart-imey. .She has a beautiful filly foal at foot, crirvereiid-.s||)ort. is a broth-sr>in>-law of Ji' R. SfaMtrer of this city. Our Insurance Department WE REPRESENT: The Caaftda Life Attttrftiicc Company. The Yorkthir* Fifft btvrMicc Company of York, Englnad. The Aceihnlf eash bal. easy. $225 per acre, 30 acres of subdivision property. $2100 cash, 2 lots on Baroness Road in block 6 . $3b00buys6^roomed nl^Modrn house, on BaHlctt street, one-third cnsh bal; easy. 0ur Audit Depaiment We will ahortly bo nbte to audit yoiir. bodlu^ iiaat yoor nbnthly aocoants, aaalM your collMtioBS, AND W� WILL IH) IT SATiSrACTORILY. ItwUpay you to haVt Hi look 4ftor your ac- COUBtt. list WitJi Us ffusincss Frtpcrty Wholesale * desidential Farm Ranch Your House m Is Your Business House Fuhiiture Plate Glass Your business relations with us | will be satisfactory. This we guarantee. YOU WILL KEEP ON DEAL^ ING WITH THE FIRM. ;�������o�W��oooo���� '^tf ;